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came with the carl tax where you would get 25 telephone calls before the fruit came, such as, fruit is coming next week, are you going to be home? this is said in a texas accent. i would say i don't know. he said you have to be there because they are my pears and precious and have to put them in the refrigerator the minute you come in. i learned to say okay. then the fruit would come and it would be wrapped like a bomb or something, each fruit, each pear. these gorgeous asian pears had sty row foam socks wrapped around them. after the fruit came you'd get a series of phone calls, can i demand a refund from the ups man, are you sure, can you write down what time it came? >> you have been carrying around this story all your life, what happened, why turn it into a book? >> it was a huge decision. it came completely. so many of us carry around this sibling thing in the attic thing. it came to me because something happened in our life which transformed our relationship. it was huge for me and huge for him. we learned how to become a team. and we had, my brother had a crisis and wrote me
us what you know, carl said. i'll be in washington next week i say. i have an interview, i have to close of peace. you promised me, you said you would stay away from washington state. you sat right here and said you would not go to the cascades. he yells as loudly as i have ever heard him. washington, d.c. i shout back. i have the trait as well. [laughter]. >> as you are thinking about that, i would like to ask you to give us one more. there are 2 completely surprising and interesting substories woven through this narrative of your brother, 1, your fabulous aunt character in mexico getting frosty into mexico and running around with frita caller and your discovery of apples? >> this is astonishing, are we talking about the family past apple? >> both and the way thing danagers come together, yeah. >> kind of astonishing, again working on the idea that everything is passed down in families is it or is it not or is it coincidence. my father had a difficult relationship with his father from mexico. we knew our family had this chain of nurseries from mexico. i never understood because
advisor to president george w. bush, and carl, great to have you. i'm going to turn to this press conference, a pop in, impromptu press conference, is this the president just acknowledging the reality the fact that he was getting hammered, skinny, but tough, but not tough enough to take on the press corps. >> it's a check the box, i've been criticized for not showing up. i'll show up take four questions, 22 minutes and blow out of there and look, the white house press corps seems to be suffered from stockholm syndrome, and would you like to announce the republican in candidate from missouri for being extremist and use that to tarnish your opponent, how is that for an opening question, mr. president. how many months did he fail to answer the questions to the white house press corps? and you know, the cbs reporter, i have to admit, tough. nobody followed up. the president says we've never falled mitt romney a felon. and not only stephanie was noted in the package. but bob power, former obama campaign repeated the charges less than five weeks ago does the president have a short memor
're going to turn to washington and democratic strategist carl frish and michelle bernard. welcome back to both of you. >> thanks governor. carl, do you think that mitt's speech did anything last night to win over the target of former obama voters and what did you think of the speech? >> well, i think it was well written. it was poorly delivered. it was fun listening to pundits say this is the best speech mitt romney has ever given which is a remarkably low bar for mitt romney. so low even his grandkids couldn't go under it. it was nice to see him talk about his kids being curled up at the end of the foot of his bed and he longs for those times. it would be nice if he showed so much emotion and compassion for those families that have the kids at the end of the bed because they can't afford a bigger apartment. the policies that he articulated are for his type of families, not those families. it range hollow for me. i give it a seven out of 10 for mitt romney, but normal candidates, that's a three or four. >> i'm curious about this strategy to appeal to obama voters. >> right. >> and let
out to tell this story? >> this guy was my fantastic, magnet, bossy, difficult, older brother carl. he was the red state to my blue state. all you have to understand to know about how complicated and difficult this relationship was my first memory of my brother was with when he sail me out a window when i was 2 years old and in the san antonio emergency room with a cut on my eye brow. he
evening. one thing i will say, carl and francesca have seen a lot and they have a lot of experience and they know what not to do. there are plenty of people who go with high expectations and their little wet behind their ears. they are experienced and they owned the building and other business and they know what not to do. president newlin: thank you. seeing no other further public comment, the item is with the commission. do we have a motion? do you want to say anything more? >> i would like to say it would love to see live music on broadway again. and when i moved here, the stone was still open. if you do that, i will be there. i think that it is a great idea. president newlin: ok. is that a motion? >> i love to grant the permit. >> i will second. i will say what audrey said. since we went over there when i first started a year ago today, when i joined the commission, live music would be very helpful on broadway. what i was asking about this today, if it is live music, that would be a great addition to broadway and working with both of you has always been very pleasurable. so i wi
otherwise not be worth your time or more importantly your money. carl in new jersey. carl. >> caller: boo-yah to you, jim, from the garden state. >> i love the garden state. the garden state mall is terrific, too, for the record. what's up? >> caller: i have a question. how do you differentiate between a seasonal rally and a long-term bull market? >> all right. a seasonal rally -- my experience has been that the concept of seasonal rallies is outmoded. used to be summer rally, santa claus rally, a rally, rally, rally. if they are based on fundamentals it's real. if they are based on short squeezes they are not. i try to distinguish between the two every night on "mad money." randy in my not home state of nebraska. randy. >> caller: big boo-yah -- midwest boo-yah to you, jimbo. >> i love it. what's up? >> caller: two-part question for you. what's the difference between day trading and after hours trading and if a stock makes a big move up in after hours trading is that an indicator to sell? >> day trading is a guy trying to get in and out. it's called being flat at the end of the day meani
carl who works from the coffee shop and uses the free wi-fi. marie works from there too. she's an identity thief who used a small device to grab his wi-fi signal, then stole enough personal information to hijack and drain his bank accounts. every year, millions of americans learn all it may take to devastate your life is a little personal information in the wrong hands. this is identity theft and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. lifelock offers the most comprehensive identity theft protection, period. ordinary credit monitoring services may take 30 days to alert you. lifelock's 24/7 proactive protection would have alerted tom as soon as they noticed an attack within their network, before it was too late. and lifelock's bank account takeover alerts could have notified carl in time to help him protect his money. lifelock protects your social security number, money, credit, even the equity in your home. while identity theft can't be completely stopped, no one protects you better than lifelock, and lifelock stands behind that with the power of their $1 million service g
, and they adopted the sat. the sat had been developed by a man named carl brigham with--working with other people carl brigham was one of the psychologists who created the group iq test. he also wrote one of the most infamous racist books--i think it was called a "study of american intelligence"--in which he warned the american people, after world war i, looking at these iq test results, that the nation would be in grave danger if it didn't stop immigration because the people flowing into the us in large numbers from europe were--had the lowest iqs and that it was going to be a serious threat to the future of the nation. brigham's work was widely reported at the time, and it took him several years before he wrote a tiny article saying, 'i think i may have been wrong'; that it may have been a mistake to do--make the huge leaps he had and to use the iq test scores the way he had. but by then, the congress had passed immigration restriction, and by then--this was by the late '20s--he was working for the college board developing the sat. and the college board, which is this group of colleges which ha
and consumers can trust what they are doing. host: our new call comes from carl on our line for republicans. caller: am i on? host: go on, carl. caller: i am almost 70 years old and i remember competition in the '50s. -- the 1950's. i live in the midwest and they were constantly having gas wars. we do not have that anymore. the whole idea of competition is a red herring. relating to that, i would like to ask these gentlemen how opec works in favor of the oil companies because they are restricting the supply because -- in a way that would be illegal. if the american companies did it, it would be illegal under that harley and they would thus be monopolies. - taft-hartley. -- taft-hartley and they would bust the monopolies. my second question is the true cost of fossil fuels, not factoring in what they pay at the pump. you might get a gallon of gas for $3 and it is cheaper than solar or wind. 30 years later when you have asthma like i do, the true cost comes out. host: carl in missouri. guest: there were more competitors in the 1950's than there are today. there used to be 350 refineries in th
, this is going to keep coming up, no matter who you tell a bunch of billionaires you might like to murder, carl. that does it for us tonight. we'll see you monday night. "weekends with alex witt" start now. >>> a still strong isaac sweeps through the midwest at this hour. in some parts the storm is helping more than hurting. >>> the road to charlotte, president obama takes the first step towards the democratic national convention with a march through swing states. >>> new polls from the gop convention. did mitt romney get any bounce after his big speech thursday night? >>> labor day travel. there could be at least one record set when it comes to driving this weekend. we'll bring you those details. a very good morning, everyone. welcome to "weekends with alex witt." we're going to get to what's happening right now and that is isaac. the remnants of this storm slowly moving through the midwest bringing new trouble but drought relief to some parts. this is people on the gulf coast just beginning to assess the storm's impact. power crews are restoring electricity in louisiana, but more than half a
fo to buy new teeth and a new car, and stuck tom with the $57,000 bill. [tires squeal] now meet carl who works from the coffee shop and uses the free wi-fi. marie works from there too. she's an identity thief who used a small device to grab his wi-fi signal, then stole enough personal information to hijack and drain his bank accounts. every yemillions of americans learn all it may take to devastate your life is a little personal information in the wrong hands. this is identity theft and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. lifelock offers the most comprehensive identity theft protection, period. ordinary credit monitoring services may take 30 days to alert you. lifelock's 24/7 proactive protection would have alerted tom as soon as they noticed an attack within their network, before it was too late. and lifelock's bank account takeover alerts could have notified carl in time to help him protect his money. lifelock protects your social security number, money, credit, even the equity in your home. while identity theft can't be completely stopped, no one protects you better than li
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